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Seatown Seabar & Rotisserie Restaurant Review: Tom Douglas, seafood and Pike Place Market each have intrinsic ties to the culinary identity of Seattle. Seatown Seabar & Rotisserie at the Market marries these themes together with whimsical decorations, from the faux walrus head mounted on one wall to the model wooden boats sitting on the expansive bar. Mornings mean traditional breakfast and brunch fare such as well-made omelets and fine bennies, as well as the satisfying congee, a rice porridge with shredded pork on top. When lunch rolls around, the crab BLT is a crowd-pleaser, as is the saucy meatball sandwich. Purists appreciate the large selection of oysters and crab served in classic style. If you're lucky enough to arrive for dinner, don't miss the albacore tuna poke and the Carlton Farms porchetta from the rotisserie. Daily specials include clever dishes for Meatless Mondays and an ever-changing lineup the rest of the week. Desserts are always a highlight at Douglas restaurants, and the chocolate cream cake here is alone worth the trip. A full bar with a Northwest-leaning wine list and professional service round out the experience.